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Mailbag! Racing Shoes for Wide Feet, Stability Shoes for Flat Feet, Stable Shoes for Wide, Flat Feet and the Ideal Long Run Shoe
Doctors of Running Podcast, Episode 174


Here at DOR we love answering your questions! Matt Klein and David Salas are here to do just that. Tune in for tips on picking the ideal long run shoe, stable neutral shoes for flat feet, stable training & racing shoes, and more. They tackle some tricky shoe suggestions for dealing with nerve pain, achilles tendinopathy, and other pathologies. We're always open to your questions, so send us a message on Instagram or email us at doctorsofrunningpodcast@gmail.com!



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Chapters

0:00 - Intro 
2:21 - How to pick the ideal shoe for long runs 
9:06 - Choosing new stability shoes with flat feet 
17:36 - Stable neutral shoes for wide, flat feet 
24:28 - What's closer to the Saucony Triumph 19, the Ride 17 or Triumph 21? 
28:29 - Non-plated, long distance racing shoes for wide feet 
34:27 - Performance trainers with some stability 
44:42 - Shoe recommendations based off the Brooks Cascadia 
50:44 - Shoe recommendations when dealing with forefoot nerve issues 
1:00:22 - Racing shoes with stability & responsiveness 
1:11:10 - Wrap-up


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